At Lighthouse Point

Suzanne Woods Fisher

Book - 2021

"Fresh out of culinary school, Blaine Grayson returns to Three Sisters Island with big plans for work, family, and love. But the island and her not-my-boyfriend best friend Artie have changed, leaving her to wonder if her plans might need to factor in more than just her own desires"--

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Domestic fiction
Christian fiction
Romance fiction
Grand Rapids, Michigan : Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group [2021]
Main Author
Suzanne Woods Fisher (author)
Item Description
Sequel to: On a coastal breeze.
Includes discussion questions.
Physical Description
307 pages ; 22 cm
Contents unavailable.
Review by Booklist Review

As a graduate of Le Cordon Bleu in Paris, Blaine Grayson is ready to prove herself to her family as the executive chef at her father's summer retreat, Camp Kicking Moose. But conquering culinary techniques and finally facing her depression do not add up to the triumphant return she planned. A botched kitchen renovation, failed inspections, and a chilly reception from the one man she truly loves leave her dreams, and the camp, in jeopardy. When Blaine devises an ambitious new culinary idea to revitalize the camp, the entire Grayson family must realign their misguided passions and trust God's provision of a way forward. At Lighthouse Point rounds out Fisher's charming modern-day Three Sisters Island trilogy, following On a Summer Tide (2019) and On a Coastal Breeze (2020). It is set in a tightly knit coastal community in Maine with down-to-earth characters who are receptive to the accountability afforded them by an admirable cast of returning favorites. Christian faith and prayer are central to the book's message, and themes of trusting God's steadfast plan and empathy toward others are grounding beacons amidst the tumult of the unexpected.

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